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Posted: Fri Sep 22, 2006 4:43 am 
Parts Gopher

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Ride: fairmont 5lt

Location: Sydney
NSW, Australia

sorry guys i am trying to learn the mechanical side of the car i know small amount
but i have realised i am really good at putting my foot down and going hey that makes it go faster . Anyway sorry about the long essay but i want more power i got a good credit card so money no prob just want to know what type of cam should i get for ed 302 windsor how do i go about stroking whats the best kit so on anyway once again sorry about the dopey questions but gotta learn somehow :oops:



Anything with enough power to hurt myself
and i love it

Posted: Fri Sep 22, 2006 9:56 am 
Getting Side Ways

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Ride: BF XR6, BF XT Wagon

Power: 197 rwkw

Location: Perth
WA, Australia

Here is a link to a place that does stroker kits 347 stroker kit link

Before I would do a stroker though I would get a better manifold and heads. The HO manifold and E7 heads that would typically be on a Fairmont V8 dont flow enough to support a stroked windsor.

You can get an Explorer upper and lower manifold for under $500 and I have just managed to get a GT40P heads for $650. They would be able to bolt straight on without any trouble. On top of that a bigger throttle body and MAF sensor to open up the intake side of things will help as well.
Under drive pulleys are another good option and is probably the best dollar for kw option. Here is another link to the under drive pullys and how they work Under drive pully link



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